Evernote for Mac 6.2 Beta 4 Released in Mac Archives Posted November 3, 2015 This is a critical item. It's a problem that we shouldn't have to learn to live with. If a "note" is going to have format variability depending on the insertion point, then there should be some clear mechanism for interfacing with it, otherwise it's beyond annoying, it's counter-productive. I don't want to think about all the times I've encountered this nuisance. There should be clearly marked boundaries, containers, blocks that designate the formatting: one for code, one for plain text, one for rich text, etc. which can be intermixed and interweaved in a single document/note. No mystery, no guessing, no invisible boundaries separating formatting. Anything pasted into the block will be automatically converted into that format. I would know exactly what to expect from each block. Each container could even further be customized in preferences, to have a consistent look for code snippets in all my notes, for example. The boundaries can be toggled, similar to turning borders on and off in tables which helps with creation. I know there are tips and workarounds and ways of managing this, but I don't understand why it needs to be an issue when there are definitely things that could be done by the app developers to assist in our editing. It would be to everyone's benefit. I'd expect such sloppiness and naked devices from a general rich text editor, but I expect more from Evernote considering one of its purposes is to aggregate copy of various formats. And perhaps I'm just doing it wrong :-) I mean, perhaps I'm expecting too much from a note unit. Maybe I need to split up my notes more so that the container is the note, rather than expecting containers within that unit to be more cooperative. I might be talking about notes within notes. That would indicate a notebook > sheet > note hierarchy.